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Stephen Igor Warokka



Stephen Igor Warokka

Stephen Igor Warokka graduated from the Faculty of Law at Atma Jaya University in 2007 before joining SSEK as part of its internship program.


He has been involved in a wide range of projects, including shipping and maritime law, general corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, foreign capital investment law, immigration law and negotiations with various government officials related to commercial transactions.


His more recent experience includes representation of various foreign shipping companies in the acquisition and sale of vessels; advising a foreign shipping company on the shipping agency business in Indonesia; advising and representing an Indonesian shipping company in connection with a facility agreement with syndicated lenders; and advising shipping companies on foreign ownership restrictions and Indonesian cabotage laws.

 

In 2015, Stephen was seconded to the Tokyo offices of Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, a full-service international law firm and one of the largest and most highly regarded law firms in Japan. During his three-month secondment, Stephen advised on Indonesian laws and regulations for Japanese companies doing business in the country. Stephen organized and spoke at a seminar to provide Mori Hamada & Matsumoto clients with updates on the Indonesian legal and regulatory framework, and gave presentations on Indonesian shipping law and the Indonesian Capital Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM).


Stephen earned his Master of Laws (LL.M) from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law. At UC Berkeley, he was a member of the Student Organization for Advanced Legal Studies, and he also channeled his enthusiasm for sports by organizing sports events with other universities.


Stephen is fluent in Indonesian and English. He is a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi), allowing him bar admittance in all judicial courts throughout Indonesia.

 

Stephen's Recent Publications

Indonesia Readies New Negative Investment List. What Should Investors Expect?

Ship Finance in Indonesia

Indonesian Negative Investment List vs. Cabotage Principle: ASEAN Investors Afloat in a Sea of Uncertainty in Indonesia

Indonesia Import Regulation Update: MOT Reg No. 59